A British cake artist has joined forces with fellow bakers from around the world in order to raise awareness of endangered animals.
Vicki Smith, 27, from Flint, North Wales, is part of a collaboration of 28 renowned bakers that make up the group ‘Bakers Unite to Fight’.
Each member of the group have created 3D sculpted cakes in the form of different endangered species to be put on display at an international cake exhibition next month.
And Vicki’s contribution is nothing short of a masterpiece – a lifelike, fully edible sculpture of a Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth from Panama, of which there believed to be fewer than 500 left.
A husky puppy has miraculously survived having the fur and skin torn from his lower body when he got crushed under a BUS – only moments after being rescued by a good Samaritan.
Eight-month-old pup Max had been found wandering the streets of Edgware, North London, last Thursday, by a passer-by.
The good Samaritan was on the phone to a local vet when Max suddenly left his side and ran into the road.
An exhibition showcasing LEGO versions of some of the world’s most iconic landmarks is touring around the UK.
The exhibition is the brain child of Edinburgh based artist Warren Elsmore who spent more than two years creating over 70 sculptures that include Rio’s Chris The Redeemer statue, Washington’s Lincoln Memorial and The Collesium in Rome.
A young property owner frustrated with estate agents decided to sell his house on Facebook – offering £1,000 to the person whose ‘share’ results in a sale.
Josh Hocking, 22, bought the two bedroom, semi-detached property in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, last December and spent £60,000 on renovations.
Thanks to his investment, sales manager Josh is hoping he can now sell the house for £190,000.
A mother whose autistic son has been excluded from school feels he has been unfairly treated due to his condition.
Michael Ayres, 9, was excluded from St Andrews CE school in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, at the start of the month for what the school described as ‘disruptive behaviour’.
A couple share a very different kind of ‘marital bed’ – a set of bunk beds that the wife-to-be tried to flog on Gumtree, only to end up saying ‘I du-vet’ when the buyer proposed to her.
Rugby League history will be made on April 12 when the world’s first LGBT team takes to the field for their first competitive fixture.
Manchester Canalsiders RLFC, formed last year by rugby league enthusiasts Martin Owens and Stan Sandland, have made great strides in the past 12 months – and the pair have lofty ambitions for the club.